My Packard Bell Collection

Another big interest of mine is Packard Bell computers from the mid ‘90s. They fit in with the theme of high-tech, sharp, classy-looking business appliances. They honestly made some of the nicest cases. I was also really glad to learn in 2011 that I wasn’t the only one with an interest in Packard Bell computers and Packard Bell Navigator. There was a person named Billy Coore who seemed to like it just as much as me. Our reasons for liking Packard Bells may not be exactly the same, but it’s still nice to know others like them, too.

In April 2011, I got my first Packard Bell since my old one, and since then, I’ve collected many more.

My Current Packard Bell Computers

Packard Bell Platinum Supreme 1665 (April 22, 2011 – Present)
Packard Bell PB 5310 (August 30, 2011 – Present)
Packard Bell Multimedia 945 (December 23, 2011 – Present)
Packard Bell Multimedia R515 (January 2012 – Present)
Packard Bell Platinum I (September 12, 2012 – Present)
Packard Bell Legend 20CD (September 16, 2012 – Present)

My Former Packard Bell Computers

Packard Bell Platinum 2240 (April 22, 1997 – April 19, 2005)
Packard Bell Legend 814CD (September 23, 2011 – January 9, 2012)
Packard Bell Multimedia F170 (January 20, 2012 – September 16, 2012)
Packard Bell PB 1750CDT (September 13, 2012 – September 25, 2012)
Multi-Media by Packard Bell (November 2011 – May 5, 2013)
Packard Bell Legend 230 (July 3, 2012 – May 5, 2013)
Packard Bell Legend 18CD (August 25, 2011 – June 5, 2013)

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Updated Saturday, May 2, 2015